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flow-table [app-name|dpid|sorted-by-dpid]

flows [app-name <name>|dpid <dp-id>]

hosts [dpid <dp-id>|ip-address <ip>|mac-address <mac>]

links [dpid <dp-id>]

ports [dpid <dp-id>]

resource

statistics [process-name <name>]

summary [dpid <dp-id>]

switches [details]

Description

The command displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller configuration information on . In addition, you can view information such as flows, flow tables, hosts, and statistics related to OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller on Mobility Master.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

flow-table [app-name|dpid|sorted-by-dpid]

Displays the flow table information on Mobility Master. You can also filter the view based on the application name that installed the flow, or by datapath ID of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. instance.

flows [app-name <name>|dpid <dp-id>]

Displays the flow information of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller on Mobility Master.

hosts [dpid <dp-id>|ip-address <ip>|mac-address <mac>]

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. host configuration information on Mobility Master. You can also filter the view by datapath ID, IP address or MACMedia Access Control. A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network. address of the host.

links [dpid <dp-id>]

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. links on Mobility Master. You can also filter the output based on the datapath ID of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. instance.

ports [dpid <dp-id>]

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. ports configured on Mobility Master. You can also filter the output based datapath ID of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. instance.

resource

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. resource usage information on Mobility Master.

statistics [process-name <name>]

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. statistics information. You can also filter the output based on any of the following process names:

flow_manager

topology

topology_discovery

routing_switch

switch_manager

packetin_dispatcher

event_dispatcher

summary [dpid <dp-id>]

Displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. summary information on Mobility Master. You can also filter the output based datapath ID of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. instance.

switches [details]

Displays the details of the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. switches on Mobility Master.

Example

The following command displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller configuration details on Mobility Master:

(host) [mynode] #show openflow-controller

openflow-controller

-------------------

Parameter Value Set

--------- ----- ---

ofc state Enabled

ofc host-ageout-time 300

ofc mode passive

ofc certificate-file none

ofc key-file none

ofc ca-certificate-file none

ofc tls Disabled

ofc port 6633

ofc topology-discovery Disabled

ofc auxiliary-channel-port 6633

The following command displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller switches details on Mobility Master:

(host) [mynode] #show openflow-controller switches

Switches

--------

Dpid IP Version Status Auxiliary-Status/Id Capabilities Description

---- -- ------- ------ ------------------- ------------ -----------

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:bf:70 192.168.200.16:43364 v1.3 Up Down/0 Flow stats, Table stats, Port stats, Queue Stats Aruba Networks, Inc. Aruba7240 8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl UCC-Sol-7240 BC0003370

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:ae:28 192.168.200.14:45570 v1.3 Up Down/0 Flow stats, Table stats, Port stats, Queue Stats Aruba Networks, Inc. Aruba7210 8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl UCC-Sol-7210 BA0009702

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 192.168.200.15:52066 v1.3 Up Down/0 Flow stats, Table stats, Port stats, Queue Stats Aruba Networks, Inc. Aruba7220 8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl UCC-Sol-7220 BB0003406

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 10.16.125.12:46797 v1.3 Up Down/0 Flow stats, Table stats, Port stats, Queue Stats Aruba Networks, Inc. Aruba7010 8.0.0.0-svcs-ctrl UCC-BOC1 CG0001826

Total number of switches: 4

The following command displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. resource usage information on Mobility Master:

(host) [mynode] #show openflow-controller resource

Resource Usage

--------------

Process PID Uptime RSS (kB) PSS (kB) USS (kB) Data (kB)

------- --- ------ -------- -------- -------- ---------

switch_daemon.0xb869a4e77 8028 1(d) 10(h) 45(m) 13(s) 7316 3997 3896 4076

switch_daemon.0x1a1e0199e0 8010 1(d) 10(h) 45(m) 15(s) 5700 2388 2288 2360

switch_daemon.0x1a1e01ae28 7944 1(d) 10(h) 45(m) 25(s) 5736 2460 2360 2492

switch_daemon.0x1a1e01bf70 7912 1(d) 10(h) 45(m) 31(s) 6604 3285 3184 3284

switch_manager 6429 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 57(s) 5388 2658 2600 2568

event_dispatcher 6423 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 57(s) 6196 2308 2116 18808

packetin_dispatcher 6419 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 57(s) 7092 3421 3232 110112

flow_manager 6412 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 57(s) 14880 10993 10796 115104

topology 6391 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 58(s) 5992 2267 2080 18676

routing_switch 6408 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 58(s) 8848 4850 4644 86704

topology_discovery 6400 1(d) 10(h) 47(m) 58(s) 6616 2912 2720 19376

Total Processes: 11 RSS: 80368 (kB) PSS: 41539 (kB) USS: 39916 (kB)

The following command displays the flow table information for the routing_switch appShort form for application. It generally refers to the application that is downloaded and used on mobile devices.:

(host) [mynode] #show openflow-controller flow-table app-name routing_switch

Flow-table

----------

Dpid In Port Src Mac Dst Mac Ether Src IP Dst IP Proto Src Port Dst Port App Name Actions

---- ------- ------- ------- ----- ------ ------ ----- -------- -------- -------- -------

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:bf:70 * * * 0x806 * * * * * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:bf:70 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 135 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:bf:70 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 136 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:ae:28 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 135 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:ae:28 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 136 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:ae:28 * * * 0x806 * * * * * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 * * * 0x806 * * * * * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 135 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 136 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 135 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 * * * 0x86dd * * 58 136 * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

Flow-table

----------

Dpid In Port Src Mac Dst Mac Ether Src IP Dst IP Proto Src Port Dst Port App Name Actions

---- ------- ------- ------- ----- ------ ------ ----- -------- -------- -------- -------

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 * * * 0x806 * * * * * routing_switch output=normal,output=controller

Total number of flows: 12

 

The following command displays the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. port configuration on Mobility Master:

(host) [mynode] #show openflow-controller ports

Ports

-----

Dpid Port No Name MAC Status TX Packets RX Packets

---- ------- ---- --- ------ ---------- ----------

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:bf:70 1 GE0/0/0 00:1a:1e:01:bf:71 Up 13670286 14405254

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:ae:28 2 GE0/0/0 00:1a:1e:01:ae:29 Up 7195701 8124898

00:00:00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 3 PC0 00:1a:1e:01:99:e0 Up 9064283 9704562

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 11 GE0/0/8 00:0b:86:9a:4e:80 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 12 GE0/0/9 00:0b:86:9a:4e:81 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 13 GE0/0/10 00:0b:86:9a:4e:82 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 14 GE0/0/11 00:0b:86:9a:4e:83 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 15 GE0/0/12 00:0b:86:9a:4e:84 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 16 GE0/0/13 00:0b:86:9a:4e:85 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 17 GE0/0/14 00:0b:86:9a:4e:86 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 18 GE0/0/15 00:0b:86:9a:4e:87 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 19 GE0/0/16 00:0b:86:9a:4e:88 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 20 GE0/0/17 00:0b:86:9a:4e:89 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 21 PC0 00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 7 GE0/0/4 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7c Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 6 GE0/0/3 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7b Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 5 GE0/0/2 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7a Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 9 GE0/0/6 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7e Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 10 GE0/0/7 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7f Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 8 GE0/0/5 00:0b:86:9a:4e:7d Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 4 GE0/0/1 00:0b:86:9a:4e:79 Down 0 0

00:00:00:0b:86:9a:4e:77 2 GE0/0/0 00:0b:86:9a:4e:78 Up 4637389 4551706

Related Commands

Command

Description

openflow-controller

Configures the OpenFlowOpenFlow is an open communications interface between control plane and the forwarding layers of a network. Controller on Mobility Master.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

All platforms

PEFNGPolicy Enforcement Firewall. PEF also known as PEFNG provides context-based controls to enforce application-layer security and prioritization. The customers using Aruba mobility controllers can avail PEF features and services by obtaining a PEF license. PEF for VPN users—Customers with PEF for VPN license can apply firewall policies to the user traffic routed to a controller through a VPN tunnel. license.

Config or Enable mode on Mobility Master.

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